Sarah Hurwitz

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Name: Sarah Hurwitz
Date registered: March 11, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Safety Concerns on Highway 99 — January 30, 2015
  2. Renewed Push for Harsher Privacy Laws — January 27, 2015
  3. East Coast Storm Strands Local Traveler — January 26, 2015
  4. LCC Seeks Input on 5-Year Plan — January 26, 2015
  5. Local Couple Woken Up by Robbers — January 23, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Custody Dispute Caught on Camera — 34 comments
  2. Football Player Faces Harassment Charges — 25 comments
  3. Local Groups React to Ferguson Decision — 13 comments
  4. Victim Details Apparent Pick Ax Attack — 12 comments
  5. Homeless Campers Cited — 10 comments

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Eugene to Host NCAA Golf Championship

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Country Club will be hosting the NCAA Golf Championships in 2016. Last spring, the Eugene Country Club hosted the NCAA Men’s West Regional. Managers say it went so well, the NCAA encouraged the University of Oregon men’s head golf coach to put in a bid for the 2016 championships. They … Continue reading »

Marcus Mariota to Enter NFL Draft

EUGENE, Ore. — Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota will not return to the University of Oregon for his senior year so he can enter the NFL. The University of Oregon Athletic Department said the Heisman trophy winner filed paperwork Wednesday morning that makes him eligible for the 2015 NFL draft. As the news spread, fans were … Continue reading »

Wastewater Treatment Installed in Coburg

COBURG, Ore. — After years of at times heated debate the wait is over in Coburg. Tuesday night city, county and state leaders held a ribbon cutting ceremony at Coburg City Hall to celebrate the opening of its Wastewater Treatment Plant, a $26 million project giving the community clean water. Coburg is one of the … Continue reading »

Fans React to Ducks Loss

EUGENE, Ore. — The celebrations were quickly put on hold in Eugene after the Ducks loss in the National Championship. Police were out making sure nothing got out of hand Monday night. Eugene Police say so far they’ve made no arrests in reaction to the loss but there have been some small fires put out … Continue reading »

Fans Gather to Watch UO Play Ohio State

EUGENE, Ore. — UO students say Pegasus Pizza is the place to go to watch the game. Managers say they are expecting a full house on Monday night. On Monday afternoon, fans decked out in Duck gear were already starting to trickle in, ordering pizzas for the big game. Managers say between their three locations … Continue reading »

Duck Fans Travel to Arlington

EUGENE, Ore. — A number of Duck fans left Friday morning for the National Championship in Arlington, Texas. It wasn’t hard to pick out the dedicated Duck fans inside the Eugene Airport’s main terminal, wearing their vivid green and yellow sweatshirts and jerseys. Some say they already had tickets booked for the National Championship they … Continue reading »

Ducks Fly to Texas

EUGENE, Ore. — The Ducks boarded a plane at the Eugene airport Friday morning to head off to the National Championship in Arlington, Texas. They arrived in a caravan of three buses. Some of the players took out cameras and cell phones to document their experience as they boarded the plane. And even some dedicated … Continue reading »

Father, Daughter Facing Incest Charges

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An Oregon father and daughter are facing incest charges and Springfield Police say they have two children together. Detectives say they discovered the relationship, while investigating another case in the spring. Officers say it isn’t clear when the consensual relationship started between 49-year-old Eric Gates and his biological daughter, 25-year-old Chalena Moody. … Continue reading »

Eugene: State of the City Address

EUGENE, Ore. — There wasn’t an empty seat at the Hult Center Wednesday night as Mayor Kitty Piercy delivered Eugene’s State of the City Address. But before she took the podium, Councilor Chris Pryor had a special announcement. “Go Ducks,” said Pryor. Eugene tipped their hats to the Ducks, a triumphant start to a night … Continue reading »

Springfield: State of the City Address

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A number of people walked through the doors of the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater Tuesday night to hear Mayor Christine Lundberg talk about Springfield’s strengths and weaknesses. Investments in the city’s development took center stage. Delivering her speech Lundberg first walked across the stage and flipped the switch of an actual … Continue reading »

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